Hammonton High School sports roundup
Cumberland 7, Hammonton 2 – Madison Mathes singled and scored a run in Hammonton’s season-opening loss. Geanna Serechia had a hit and Maddie Emmons scored a run for the Blue Devils.
Hammonton 7, Williamstown 5 – Carly Caprio had two hits, including a double, and scored a run in the Blue Devils’ win. Serechia singled three times for the victors and Nicole Vaccarella had an RBI and a run scored.
Miranda Shinn picked up the win in relief.
Hammonton 11, Clearview 3 – Paige Neilson hit two triples, drove in four runs and scored twice, and Serechia had two hits, including a home run, to lead Hammonton to the victory.
Vaccarella had two hits, including a double, and drove in a run, and Abby Adirzone tripled and plated a run. Maddie Emmons, Kate Feby, and Madison Mathes all recorded RBIs in the win too. Vaccarella allowed two earned runs on six hits in the complete-game victory.
Coming up – Hammonton hosts Triton on April 13 and travels to GCIT on April 15. The Blue Devils will take part in the Rancocas Valley Tournament on April 16.
Cumberland 13, Hammonton 1 – The Blue Devils struggled in a season-opening loss to the Colts. Hammonton fell behind 6-0 before plating a run in the bottom of the second inning.
Williamstown 4, Hammonton 1 – The Blue Devils’ bats were quiet, recording just three hits in a loss to the Braves.
Hammonton 5, Clearview 3 – Gianni D’Antonio struck out nine in a complete game to earn Hammonton’s first win of the season. D’Antonio allowed two earned runs on three hits in seven innings to pick up the victory.
Trevor Rucci doubled and knocked in two runs for the Blue Devils while Ross Restuccio singled twice, drove in a run and crossed the plate twice.
Coming up – The Blue Devils are at Triton on April 13 and home against GCIT on April 14. Hammonton hosts a tournament on April 16 featuring Burlington, Overbrook and Pennsville.
Hammonton 3, Kingsway 2 – Hammonton’s Jordan Mitchell won 6-1, 6-0 at third singles in the victory. Matt Huster and Vince Piccari won 6-0, 6-2 at first doubles, and Tyler Oster and Sean Trinh won 6-0 , 7-5 at second doubles.
Hammonton 4, Williamstown 1 – The Blue Devils swept singles in a win over the Braves. Evan Barnett dropped the first set at first singles, but bounced back to win the next two sets 6-3, 6-4 Vincent Maimone won 6-1, 6-3 at second singles and Mitchell won at third singles, 6-3, 1-6, 6-3.
Oster and Trinh picked up a point at second doubles, winning 6-4, 6-4.
Hammonton 4, Clearview 1 – Mitchell at third singles and Huster and Piccari at first doubles dropped just one game in their wins.
Barnett won 6-3, 6-0 at first singles and Maimone won 6-3, 6-2 at second singles.
Coming up – Hammonton is at Triton on April 13 and hosts GCIT on April 14.
Hammonton 188, Triton 195 – Gage Solis recorded a 44 for Hammonton’s lowest score of the day. Dayne Costa carded a 47, Gabe DiVello recorded a 48 and Chad Syvertson shot a 49 in the win.
Clearview 156, Hammonton 208 – Costa carded a 45 for Hammonton in the loss.
Kingsway 190, Hammonton 198 – Costa registered a 47 to lead the Blue Devils.
GCIT 186, Hammonton 201 – Solis recorded a 46 in the setback to GCIT. Costa and DiVello each shot 49.
Coming up – Hammonton is at Triton on April 14 and home against Williamstown on April 15.
Hammonton 115.5, Triton 16.5 – Anthony Maturano won four individual events – the 100-meter dash (10.9 seconds), 200 (23.1), long jump (22 feet) and high jump (5-8).
Phil Iuliucci won the 800 (2:12.50) and the 1,600 (4:50.5), and Jon Vega took first in the shot (46-1/4) and discus (104). Joe Dougherty (3,200), Samuel Sotelo-Flores (pole vault), Kevin Banes (400 hurdles), Zac Barnard (javelin) and David Monaco (triple jump) all earned wins too.
Coming up – Hammonton is at the Woodbury Relays on April 16.
Hammonton 94, Triton 41 – Hammonton’s Laniya Rolax, Victoria Massey and Brooke Beebe all won two events for the Blue Devils.
Rolax won the 100 (14.1) and triple jump (31-31/2), Massey won the high jump (4-9) and long jump (15-7) and Beebe won the shot (32-2) and discus (87-9).
Riley Patterson (800), Alexa Gardner (javelin) and Nicole Ranere (400 hurdles) had firsts for Hammonton too.
Coming up – Hammonton will compete in the Woodbury Relays on April 16.
– Giuseppe Ungaro